On July 21st, I challenged myself to make a blog post at least once a day for the next 365 days. Here I am a week and a half later and I am happy to report that I have made good on the promise so far. They say it takes 21 days to form a habit so I have 11 days left to make it stick. I think I will make it. I will likely post more often then once a day once I really get into the swing of things though. I would ideally like to post 2-4 posts a day but I am taking it slow. I have a tendency to be a little wordy so I think 4 posts a day would consume a LOT of time. I will leverage Twitter for items that are short an interesting.
I went back and read some of my posts and one thing I want to change is to add more technical posts geared directly towards IT Pros and computer geeks in general. I have a list of topics I will be posting about and I have some screencasts in the works that will get posted here as well as the TechNet Edge site. I won't have any difficulty finding topics to post about, but I do want to make sure they are relevant to you.
I enjoy working with SBS, ISA, Exchange, Windows Client and Server, Hyper-V, Media Center, and networking technologies so you will see a stronger focus on those topics. You won't see much in the way of SCOM, SharePoint, and SQL though. They just aren't my bag.
What do you want to see information about?
What do you think about the new SBS products? I understand it is going to come out in two flavors, with standard and premiums for each. If someone just wanted an all around excellent good setup for "home", which would you choose? Have you looked at Windows Home Server? With the new Power Pack 1, which seems to have resolved the problems with corruption, it seems like an excellent product to me... I'm running one here, but would like a little more functionality. I know there are third-party apps that can probably to some of the things I'd like to do, but I wonder about the new SBS and EBS products...
That's one way to do it. Later on, you might think about blogging a word a day until a whole sentence is complete. That'll really stretch it out to 365 days and keep people coming back to see if you can complete the thought.